Been on my new meds routine for almost a week now. I’m beginning to notice some positive differences. I need less sleep, it takes more to become irritated, I move about more, and I even have better concentration.
My lab results came back too. I am not diabetic (thank goodness), and all my other vitals checked out within normal ranges. My cholesterol was in the 220s, so I will have to watch that closer. I picked up replacement parts for my cpap machine. I also started the paper work to try to get a home health aide to drop in on me every few days. Overall, things are beginning to look brighter.
2019 has been both a good and a tough year for me. I gave up most fast food and sugary foods. I lift weights three times a week. I’m less tolerant of people who try to mistreat me. But I’ve also had some tough times too. I isolate a lot more. I no longer want to socialize with most people. I go through bouts of hopelessness and depression more. Somedays all I want to do is sleep. I sold my car. I gave up driving, just too much sensory overload and too stressful. I guess I have gotten to a point in my life where I have almost zero tolerance for stupidity and rudeness. And I have a lot of these the last few years, more so than usual.
2019 was a tough year in some respects. I fear 2020 won’t be any better, at least not as far as socializing goes.